Advocacy

  • From left Laura Spano (former dreamlink coordinator), Sarah, Marten and Stephanie (Sanejo international board members) after meeting with young professionals in Kigali,Rwanda.

    From left Laura Spano (former dreamlink coordinator), Sarah, Marten and Stephanie (Sanejo international board members) after meeting with young professionals in Kigali,Rwanda.

  • David after speaking to a group of students in North Carolina, USA.

    David after speaking to a group of students in North Carolina, USA.

  • David speaks at around table discussion on education with business community in Melbourne, hosted at Kinfolk by YGAP.

    David speaks at around table discussion on education with business community in Melbourne, hosted at Kinfolk by YGAP.

  • David presents Sanejo\'s vision to young professionals and business community in New York City, NY, USA.

    David presents Sanejo\'s vision to young professionals and business community in New York City, NY, USA.

  • Sanejo\'s partner (prof John and Nathan Lorentz (of Lorentz Production) interviewing a Ntenyo student for a documentary on Ntenyo School, Rwanda.

    Sanejo\'s partner (prof John and Nathan Lorentz (of Lorentz Production) interviewing a Ntenyo student for a documentary on Ntenyo School, Rwanda.

  • David speaks about importance of education to international youth, entrepeneurs,celebraties at Awards\' night hosted by Usher\'s New Look Foundation, Atlanta, USA.

    David speaks about importance of education to international youth, entrepeneurs,celebraties at Awards\' night hosted by Usher\'s New Look Foundation, Atlanta, USA.

  • David after speaking at Usher\'s New Look Foundation World Leadership Conference, Atlanta, USA.

    David after speaking at Usher\'s New Look Foundation World Leadership Conference, Atlanta, USA.

  • David and next to his left Elliot Costello(YGAP co-founder) with members of 101 Brig and Lhimo 101 breakfast show, Melbourne, 2011

    David and next to his left Elliot Costello(YGAP co-founder) with members of 101 Brig and Lhimo 101 breakfast show, Melbourne, 2011

Sanejo members are strong advocates of education as a tool that equips communities to find solutions to their local challenges in post conflict countries and for communities in extreme poverty. In Ntenyo Sanejo organizes forums with teachers and local leaders to encourage parents and general community members to support education of their children and instill values to respect other humans.

By working in post conflict, we encourage the students and community to solve local issues through Dialogue, healthy debates. In this sense we not only advocate for education but also for peaceful coexistence and reconciliation.

Outside Ntenyo community, Sanejo members speaks to all kinds of audiences about the importance and privilege of accessing a good education and creates awareness on other communities such as Ntenyo which are struggling to educate their children. Through partnerships with other organizations we encourage individuals and groups to invest in improving the lives of Ntenyo youth.

Since 2009, we have reached thousands of people in East African region, western Europe, the USA and Australia. We are very eager to continue to advocate for more investment in education especially of young children and youth.

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